Category: homage

American Gothic, the original by Grant Wood (l…

American Gothic, the original by Grant Wood (l) and the Bugs Bunny version by Chuck Jones ®.

Top: Daffy Le Moulin Rouge, hand-pulled lithog…

Top: Daffy Le Moulin Rouge, hand-pulled lithograph by Chuck Jones. Printed on 19th century Marinoni flatbed presses at the American Atelier, New York, 1989.

Bottom: Moulin Rouge: La Goulue, hand-pulled four-color lithograph by Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, 1891. Printed by Affiches Americaines, Charles Levy, Paris.

Ecce canis latrans! (Behold the coyote). This …

Ecce canis latrans! (Behold the coyote). This latest submission for the ninth annual Red Dot Auction is titled, “The Renaissance Coyote” and was created by ___ ______. Paying homage to DaVinci’s Vitruvian Man as well as Chuck Jones’ Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, the artist has exquisitely maintained the integrity of both subject and the object of reverence.

Which artist’s work will you go home with at this year’s Red Dot Auction? For more information about how you may participate, visit ChuckJonesCenter.org/reddot9.

Ecce canis latrans! (Behold the coyote). This …

Ecce canis latrans! (Behold the coyote). This latest submission for the ninth annual Red Dot Auction is titled, “The Renaissance Coyote” and was created by ___ ______. Paying homage to DaVinci’s Vitruvian Man as well as Chuck Jones’ Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, the artist has exquisitely maintained the integrity of both subject and the object of reverence.

Which artist’s work will you go home with at this year’s Red Dot Auction? For more information about how you may participate, visit ChuckJonesCenter.org/reddot9.

“Matinee Review” by ______ ______, one of over…

“Matinee Review” by ______ ______, one of over 125 works of art donated anonymously to this year’s Red Dot Auction, a fundraiser that benefits the programs of the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity

What? You didn’t know Miro was a Bugs Bunny fa…

What? You didn’t know Miro was a Bugs Bunny fan?

This work and more than 100 others have been donated ‘anonymously’ by artists, both professional* and amateur, to the Red Dot Auction, a fundraiser for the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity. Online pre-bidding has opened, visit ChuckJonesCenter.org/RedDot to view the collection. Exercise your genius!

*The artist who donated the above work is a well-known and -respected children’s book illustrator.